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Average 2013 GMAT: 716
Average 2013 GPA: 3.5
2013 Acceptance Rate: 18.1%
2015 Application Deadlines: October 8, 2014 (Early Decision - Aug Entry); April 15, 2015 (Regular Decision - Aug Entry); October 8, 2014 (Jan 2015 Entry)
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Blog Posts

Top MBA Programs Using Shared Letter of Recommendation Questions

The number of top-ranked MBA programs now asking the exact same questions for the letters of recommendation is growing, which is good news both for recommenders and for candidates. LORs are very important to an applicant’s case, providing an objective assessment from a supervisor, former manager, or other professional that helps affirm (or not) what […] Read More

Posted by Judy Gruen on Thu, 17 Jul 2014 14:49:08 | Permalink | Post a comment

Columbia Business School Hosts AIGAC!

On May 30, Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) conference attendees had the privilege and pleasure of learning firsthand from Columbia Business School admissions officials, professors, students, and administrators about latest developments at CBS. One big takeaway for me – CBS admissions has become friendlier, more welcoming.  And more transparent.  (“More” relative not just […] Read More

Posted by Cindy Tokumitsu on Tue, 24 Jun 2014 14:09:48 | Permalink | Post a comment